The tiniest pair of pants

I’ve used this pattern before (see those end results here) to make pants, but never to make a solid pair. I had fabric left over from this shirt and figured I should probably make a tiny pair of pants.

baby pants

Skill level: This sewing project would be good for beginning sewers.
Time commitment estimate: It took me about 2 hours total.

If you want to make this project yourself, check out this link for supplies I use for just about every project. Additional sewing supplies you’ll need are listed below:

1. Fabric – I would recommend 100% cotton machine washable so it’s easy to sew and easy to iron.

2. Elastic – See the back of the patterns for quantity and size.
3. Pattern – I used McCall’s M6016. I think it’s very easy to follow. Getting the pocket rounded just right is tough (mine still aren’t perfect), but my tip is to sew just shy of the 5/8″ seam allowance first and then press it around the stitching. You shouldn’t be able to see the stitching once it’s sewn to the garment.
 baby fox shirt

I went with option F for these pants. I made them to complete a hoodie, tiny shoes and other random store-bought items for a friend’s baby shower gift.

baby pants

baby pants

baby pants

baby pants

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